Be Part of Spark 2017 | Ballymena and Newtownabbey
Would you like to be part of Spark 2017 ! Believe it or not, it is eleven years since Spark first took to the streets of Ballymena. The organisers would love you to be a part of this year’s project.
Just in case you didn’t know. Spark gathers local Christians together in the Ballymena & Newtownabbey areas to practically serve God. To show His love to others in a variety of practical ways and at various events. Spark offers things such as free gardening, car washes and litter picks. Also youth drop-ins, cafes, sports, music and late night events.
Do you want to be part of Spark 2017 ? Here’s all the details you need to know.
The Spark 2017 summer outreach in Ballymena will run from Saturday, 22nd July until Sunday, 30th July. Spark Newtonabbey is planned to run from Saturday 12th August until Sunday 20th August 2017.
This year, the Ballymena crew will be operational is the following areas.
Ballee, Ballykeel, Broughshane, Doury Road, Dunclug, Fisherwick, Kells, Portglenone, Town Centre 1, Town Centre 2 and Tullygarley.
Spark Newtownabbey plan to work in Ballyclare, Ballyduff and Rathcoole.
All applicants must be in Year 9 or above. The cost for the week is £30 per person (or £50 for two people from the same family.) The cost covers the cost of your Spark T-shirt, food for the week and goes towards the funds required to make Spark possible.
Over the past decade, thousands of people of all ages have come together to serve the Risen Saviour through Spark. So if you want to be part of Spark 2017, log on to their website here to sign up. You can also follow Spark Ballymena on Twitter here and Spark Newtownabbey here.